|KurtissDotOrg Show 1.2 - Kurtiss Hare|
Kurtiss Dot Org, Show One Point Two. Sound Seeing Tour Across Cedarwood Drive And Neighborhood
Keywords: Kurtiss Hare; Monophonic Mass; Donkey Konga
|Embolism - Xenophobe|
Moving up in the world from the 486 to the pentium 2 and copying and pasting drum machine samples I made 5 years earlier. Added a software synth sequence and then later when moved to new 2.7 ghz machine added guitar and bass and some mangled voices. This was the best band i was never in...
Keywords: monophonic; ambient; electronic; jazz; instrumental; lofi; experimental
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|DRUM-99 Owner's Manual|
Keywords: module; monophonic; inputs; panorama; offers; mixer; modules; filters; input; connect
|DRUM-98 Owner's Manual|
Keywords: module; inputs; mixer; monophonic; input; panorama; modules; filters; connect; stereo
|KurtissDotOrg Show 1.0 - Kurtiss Hare|
Podcast about my new intro music, Elvis Mitchell, Frank Miller, Sin City, Doug Funny, Monophonic Mass
Keywords: Elvis Mitchell; Frank Miller; Sin City; Doug Funny; Monophonic Mass
|BBC Research and Development Report Number 1962-13|
R&D Report 1962-13 : Determination of the effective modulation depth of monophonic programme transmitted on the Zenith-GE stereophonic system D.E.L. Shorter In the Zenith-G.E. stereophonic broadcasting system, a small proportion of the available modulation capacity is taken up by a pilot signal used in the demodulation process at the receiver. The remainder is divided between the sum of the left- and right-hand stereophonic signals, transmitted in the same way as a monophonic programme, and the ...
Keywords: signal; monophonic; stereophonic; programme; test; transmitter; level; modulation; amplitude; subcarrier; monophonic programme; effective modulation; programme meter; programme transmitted; modulation depth; monophonic receiver; pilot signal; stereophonic system; distribution curves; relative levels
|BBC Research and Development Report Number 1962-49|
R&D Report 1962-49 : Multiplex systems for stereophonic broadcasting G.J. Phillips, J.G. Spencer This report discusses the various systems which have been proposed for broadcasting stereophonic programme from a single v.h.f. transmitter. The results of laboratory tests on two systems are summarized. The first is the Zenith-G.E. system, adopted in 1961 by the F.C.C. for stereophonic broadcasting in the U.S.A...
Keywords: stereophonic; subcarrier; monophonic; signal; reception; receiver; systems; system; modulation; multiplex; stereophonic broadcasting; working party; subcarrier system; multiplex systems; stereophonic reception; monophonic reception; monophonic listener; subcarrier systems; main carrier; subcarrier channel
|KurtissDotOrg Show 0.0 - Kurtiss Hare|
KurtissDotOrg Show 0.0. Here, I give my generic disclaimer, talk about my band, Monophonic Mass, and a little bit about Creative Commons Licensed music.
Keywords: Kurtiss; Hare; Monophonic Mass; Hyland Software; Podcast; kurtiss.org; Creative Commons
|MFB-Polylite Owner's Manual|
Keywords: osc; midi; waveform; adsr; cutoff; level osc; lfo; monophonic; polyphonic; mode; modulation; press rec
|BBC Research and Development Report Number 1976-14|
R&D Report 1976-14 : The transmission of two programmes from Band II FM transmitters: An assessment of 'Storecasting'. D.J Whythe After a general discussion of the transmission and reception, by means of a subcarrier, of a subsidiary programme ('storecasting') from Band II fm transmitters, the results of three field trials are given. For two of the trials the main programme was monophonic, whereas for the third it was stereophonic...
Keywords: subsidiary; subcarrier; khz; main; reception; monophonic; programme; receivers; impairment; stereo; listener complaints; field trials; main programme; subsidiary channel; subsidiary programme; subjective tests; main channel; stereophonic main; monophonic main; stereo receivers
|BBC Research and Development Report Number 1964-08|
R&D Report 1964-08 : Stereophony: the effect of difference between the phase-frequency characteristics of left and rights channels H.D. Harwood, W.I. Manson, D.E.L. Shorter In a stereophonic transmission system, differences between the phase-frequency characteristics of the left - and right-hand channels may result in displacement or dispersion of the sound images across the stage, may also impair the volume or quality of the compatible monophonic programme...
Keywords: interchannel; phase; frequency; stereophonic; compatible; monophonic; curve; difference; upper; differences; phase differences; phase shift; interchannel phase; frequency limit; phase difference; upper frequency; stereophonic presentation; interchannel time; time difference; compatible monophonic
|BBC Research and Development Report Number 1963-09|
R&D Report 1963-09 : An appraisal of the Zenith- G.E. stereophonic system H. Page, G.J. Phillips, J.G. Spencer This report appraises performance of the Zenith-G.E. system of stereophonic broadcasting from the results of laboratory tests and of field trials with the Wrotham Third Programme transmitter. It also assesses the grade of service areas of five of the high-power v.h.f. sound transmitters, if this system were adopted...
Keywords: stereophonic; interference; monophonic; field; ignition; frequency; receiver; degradation; field strength; spacings; frequency spacings; stereophonic system; stereophonic service; impulsive interference; ignition interference; protection ratio; monophonic service; stereophonic reception; stereophonic receivers
|BBC Monograph Number 38|
BBC Monograph 38: Operational Research on Microphone and Studio Techniques in Stereophony. D.E.L. Shorter.
Keywords: stereophonic; microphones; bbc; signals; studio; signal; monophonic; microphone; reverberation; sound; single microphone; polar characteristic; symphony orchestra; bbc symphony; microphone pair; artificial reverberation; stereophonic microphone; echo room; maida vale; monophonic version
|Urzwerg Pro Owner's Manual|
Keywords: sequence; step; urzwerg; row; rows; monophonic; steps; sequences; pro; mode; urzwerg pro; sequence rows; sync mode; modulation wheel
|BBC Research and Development Report 1959-09 : Visit to Switzerland: May 1959 - T. Somerville|
R&D Report 1959-09 : Visit to Switzerland: May 1959 T. Somerville The object of this visit to Switzerland was to discover whether the developments in stereophony by Professor Scherchen were of interest to the BBC. Favourable comment has been heard about a device, called by him the "stereophoner", which is reputed to produce stereophonic results from monophonic material. The opportunity was also taken while in Lugano to visit the Italian language construction...
Keywords: frequency; broadcasting; monophonic; stereophony; frequencies; studios; stereophoner; visit; lugano; loudspeaker; high frequency; hand loudspeaker; italian language; low frequencies
|BBC Research and Development Report Number 1963-06|
R&D Report 1963-06 : Visit to IRT, Hamburg. D.E.L. Shorter During a visit to Hamburg occasioned by the meeting of the E.B.U. Working Party S on 10th to 13th December 1962 the opportunity was taken to spend a day at the Institut fur Rundfunktechnik (I.R.T) gathering information on current practice in some aspects of audio-frequency engineering of immediate interest to the Corporation.
Keywords: loudspeaker; stereophonic; loudspeakers; frequency; stereophony; units; studios; limiters; rundfunk; monophonic; control instructions; bayrischer rundfunk; west german; propaganda transmissions; german broadcasting; loudspeaker type; stereophonic programmes; frequency units
Keywords: notebook; tablet; dvd; ieee; convertible; interface; memory; power; lcd; ethernet; convertible tablet; hard drive; tablet notebook; power interface; network card; monophonic microphone; card embedded; advanced configuration; system memory; stereo headphone
|BBC Research and Development Report Number 1968-08|
R&D Report 1968-08 : The assessment of noise in audio-frequency circuits W.K.E. Geddes Experiments have been carried out to determine the signal-to-noise ratio to be aimed at in programme channels and to compare the methods of noise measurement used or proposed by various broadcasting organisations. First, subjective tests were undertaken to establish the maximum level at which various types of noise can exist in an audio-frequency circuit without producing impairment...
Keywords: noise; meter; noises; weighting; subjective; monophonic; ppm; tests; programme; impulses; listening levels; impulsive noises; white noise; sound level; weighting network; weighting networks; listening room; subjective tests; noise level; studio output
|BBC Research and Development Report Number 1961-10|
R&D Report 1961-10 : Operational research on studio techniques in stereophony D.E.L. Shorter A series of operational experiments, extending over a period of two and a half years, has been carried out in collaboration with O and M Department (Sound Broadcasting) and the programme departments in order to gain practical experience in stereophony as applied to broadcast programmes. The conclusions to be drawn from the experiments are discussed with particular reference to the problem of securing com...
Keywords: stereophonic; microphones; microphone; signals; reverberation; signal; studio; monophonic; coincident; sound; difference signal; control desk; microphone pair; echo room; symphony orchestra; listening room; single microphone; maida vale; artificial reverberation; stereophonic effects
|BBC Research and Development Report Number 1964-74|
R&D Report 1964-74 : Visit to Holland and Germany June 1964 R.S.C. Gundry, A. Brown, L.G. Rogers, C.L.S. Gilford A report on a visit to Holland and Germany to discuss recent trends in the broadcasting services and in studio design and equipment.
Keywords: studios; studio; stereophonic; insulation; monophonic; acoustic; hanover; reverberation; holland; sound; music studio; hanover studio; television studios; helmholtz resonators; sound insulation; acoustic treatment; concert hall; reverberation time; control rooms; engineering division
|BBC Research and Development Report Number 1961-04|
R&D Report 1961-04 : Visit to Zurich, December 1960. G.J. Phillips, D.E.L. Shorter An invitation was extended for representatives of BBC Engineering Division by the Radio Corporation of America to attend a discussion and demonstration on the subject of stereophonic broadcasting system.
Keywords: stereophonic; receiver; frequency; carrier; monophonic; receivers; systems; signal; modulation; laboratories; tuner design; television tuner; stereophonic systems; industry service; zurich laboratories; carrier frequency; stereophonic broadcasting; stereophonic reception; receiver design; system performance
Keywords: filter; synth; vowel; tron; speed; mode; freq; controls; width; sets; voice box; synth string; speed sets; slow filter; monophonic synths; comet trails; vowel speed; programmable filter; filter modeler; start rkeq
|BBC Monograph Number 29|
BBC Monograph 29: A Summary of the Present Position of Stereophonic Broadcasting. D.E.L. Shorter, G.J. Phillips.
Keywords: stereophonic; subcarrier; signal; monophonic; multiplex; system; transmission; systems; frequency; sound; programme material; subcarrier signal; multiplex systems; stereophonic sound; subcarrier system; stereophonic reproduction; sound broadcasting; subcarrier systems; difference signal; stereophonic programmes
|Roland MPU-101 Owner's Manual|
Keywords: midi; output; mode; gate; note; synthesizer; channel; mono; assigned; monophonic; midi channel; lowest note; assign mode; mode switch; operation mode; selected midi; output jack; gate output; vco vcf; pitch bender